SPRING/Ghana hosted a learning event to share important lessons and celebrate accomplishments in improving maternal and child nutrition in the country from 2014-2017.
SPRING Helps Launch Groundnut Roaster as Part of Public-Private Partnership Between USAID and Hershey
SPRING supported the public-private partnership between USAID and Hershey’s, launching a groundnut roaster to produce health foods for Ghanaian children.
SPRING released five new National Anemia Profiles and updated profiles for Ethiopia, Ghana, and Peru.
SPRING/Ghana is maximizing chances for achieving more results from its multi-sectoral nutrition programs by prioritizing implementation in LEAP 1,000 communities.
Father-to-Father support groups encourage men to take an active role in the health and nutrition of their families.
SPRING/Ghana is supporting the Ghana Health Service in building the capacity of its health workers and community health volunteers of the Northern Region to tackle the major public health problem of...
SPRING/Ghana uses VSLAs so mother-to-mother support groups can improve their economic status with savings and loans to meet immediate needs.
SPRING/Ghana is promoting the cultivation and consumption of OFSP and fortified maize as a way of improving vitamin A consumption among 1,000 day households.
SPRING/Ghana Trains Regional- and District-level Trainers on the District Assessment Tool for Anemia (DATA)
SPRING/Ghana conducted a training of trainers workshop for district-level trainers to implement the District Assessment Tool for Anemia.
SPRING is distributing nut shellers to communities in Northern Ghana as a demonstration of their ability to save labor for female groundnut and shea nut farmers.
SPRING/Ghana hosted a visit from USAID/Ghana and USAID/ DC staff to program sites on November 1–2, 2016.
SPRING/Ghana Presents WASH 1,000 at the 39th Annual Water Engineering and Development Centre Conference
SPRING/Ghana’s WASH 1,000 approach was featured in a presentation and poster session at the annual WEDC conference.
SPRING presents anemia landscape analysis findings and guides efforts on anemia training and IFA operational research at the Micronutrient Task Team meeting in Ghana
SPRING builds capacity of master trainers on the use of HemoCue® devices to carry out training of frontline health workers.
U.S. Ambassador Jackson visits the community-based health planning and services compound in Kasuliyili
Multi-Sectoral Global Learning and Evidence Exchange, West Africa shares research and experience in multi-sectoral nutrition programming.
At the close of the Strengthening Partnerships, Results, and Innovations in Nutrition Globally (SPRING) project’s fourth year of implementation, the project continued to reach a growing number of...
Through its WASH activities, SPRING is building awareness of how nutrition and hygiene are connected
SPRING/Ghana, with the Ghana Health Service and the USAID | DELIVER Project, assessed the supply chain system for nutrition commodities.
SPRING/Ghana joined other USAID Feed the Future partners, donor agencies, private sector representatives, government, and other development partners in a two-day meeting dubbed “Collaborating for...